By Fred Bazzoli 11:07 am May 05, 2020
As pressure mounts to return employees back to the workplace, even as COVID-19 continues to spread, healthcare organizations need to implement data-driven guidelines and testing processes to help ensure safety.
By Fred Bazzoli 11:56 am May 01, 2020
As the clock begins ticking on deadlines to meet federal rules implementing the 21st Century Cures Act, healthcare organizations must start the push toward compliance now. If done well, the effort should be worth it.
By Fred Bazzoli 10:51 am April 29, 2020
Healthcare organizations are using more medical devices that transmit patient data, posing risks for both providers and patients.
By Fred Bazzoli 12:06 pm April 28, 2020
The interoperability final rules that will be added to the Federal Register this week mention two implementation guides from the Da Vinci Project to help payers exchange data.
By Fred Bazzoli 01:14 pm April 24, 2020
The newly created Indiana Network for Population Health aims to securely exchange information on factors that affect population health and healthcare delivery.
By Fred Bazzoli 10:30 am April 24, 2020
The organization, looking for ways to treat pathogens, will mine electronic health records of COVID-19 patients and use analytics to expedite research to find optimal treatment approaches.
By Fred Bazzoli 11:27 am April 23, 2020
Adapting the Zoom platform and the quick development of a dashboard enabled the organization to shift two-thirds of outpatient visits to the new platform.
By Fred Bazzoli 11:52 am April 22, 2020
Getting specific answers to questions as they arise within care-delivery workflows has streamlined processes at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, pharmacists there explain.
By Fred Bazzoli 04:21 pm April 14, 2020
The crowdsourced approach, funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, aims to facilitate fast-track research on ways to better protect front-line caregivers.
By Fred Bazzoli 03:55 pm April 02, 2020
Some health systems foresee delayed implementation efforts because they lack the bandwidth right now to plan for them – but some technologies, particularly telehealth, are in high demand.